The Xenocide Mission

The Xenocide Mission

Ben Jeapes / Oct 25, 2020

The Xenocide Mission Lieutenant Joel Gil part of a space observation team on the asteroid SkySpy who come under attack by an aggressive technologically advanced species of aliens known as the XC s Xenocides Its a race

  • Title: The Xenocide Mission
  • Author: Ben Jeapes
  • ISBN: 9780385750073
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Lieutenant Joel Gil, part of a space observation team on the asteroid SkySpy, who come under attack by an aggressive, technologically advanced species of aliens known as the XC s Xenocides Its a race against time for their fellow soldiers to rescue them During the attempt, the rescue team uncovers shocking secrets of the solar system.

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    About "Ben Jeapes"

      • Ben Jeapes

        His father s army postings sent them all over At Dumpton, he read his first Dr Who book c 1975 , first suffered from hay fever summer 1977 and first watched Blake s 7 January 1978 His parents also got the one interesting posting of his entire life, to Bangladesh All these were to have effects on his life that still haven t worn off After 12 years in publishing, Jan 2000 layoff started his writing career.


    1. Solid sci-fi with a unique take on alien life. Good story and interesting characters mixed with your typical spaceships and plasma guns and whatnot. I feel like there could be deeper development with the main character, but the myriad other characters are all well written.The story felt like it ended on a grayish note, like you're not sure if there will be a sequel.

    2. Bought this is a sale and didn't realise it was a children's book until I got it home. So I thought I'd give it to my younger brother, but looking through it I realised I'd read it when I was at school. Probably one of the first science-fiction books I'd ever read. So I've re-read it now and it's amazing how many of the scenes and the characters came back to me. Brilliant aliens - the Rusties and XCs are genius - and some interesting human characters as well. Nothing really epic as far as plot i [...]

    3. A satisfying sequel to the first novel in this series. A compelling narrative and interesting combination of s.f politics and adventure is slightly marred by an unconvinvcing love story but enhanced by an intriguing take on inter-species relationships.

    4. I've read this book 3 years ago because this was assigned to us for a book report, but I didn't like it. I don't understand the whole plot! And now, I know why. It's because it's a sequel! DARN. I should'a known.

    5. This was a very different Sci-Fi. It has three races in it, people, dog like, and cat like. It is very different, and makes you think.

    6. Story about a first contact mission that suffers from a series of unfortunate events, misunderstandings and such stemming from a lack of communication. A good read.

    7. I have read it in real life, it is one of many amazing science fiction books out there! It also has a very interesting twist too at the end!

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